Cricket Australia Expects Full Crowd in Ashes 2021-22
Cricket Australia (CA) expects a full crowd for this year’s Ashes 2021-22. The Coronavirus epidemic has allowed visitors to enter the gallery, but the Australian government has not yet allowed full visitors. However, the CA hopes that the Australian government will allow corona’s influence to diminish across Australia.
Authorities in Sydney and Melbourne, two of Australia’s largest cities, have closed the border due to coronavirus conditions being higher than in other parts of the country. However, CA chief executive Nick Hockley is optimistic that the situation will return to normal before the Ashes.
Hockley said the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is allowing the cricketers to bring their families with them. He also said that arrangements are being made for the families of the cricketers.
In this regard, the CEO said, ‘We are working very well with the ECB. We have experience in keeping cricketers in bio-bubble. I hope we will not have any problems in the future.
According to various English media, English cricketers will come to play in the Ashes without their families. However, the CA chief executive is hopeful that the cricketers will come as they have been allowed to tour Australia with their families.
The CA chief executive is hopeful that spectators will be able to enter all Ashes matches 2021-22. “We want the spectators to return to the field,” he said. We have been working on this for the last two months. I hope the health authorities will allow us.